WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A potentially devastating storm that had threatened to bring more snow to Westchester County this weekend is expected to miss the region for the most part, but the forecast still calls for a chance of flurries, according to the National Weather Service.
The news is a welcome relief to most residents of Westchester County, which endured two snowstorms this week, including one with freezing rain and sleet, as well as frigid single-digit temperatures and black ice.
Clouds will overrun the area Saturday as the day wears on with a high temperature of about 29 degrees. It will drop into the teens on Saturday night with a slight chance of light snow. Chance of precipitation is 20 percent.
It will remain cloudy Sunday, with a 40-percent chance of snow showers and a high of between 26 and 28 degrees. Temperatures will dive back into the teens Sunday night with a 30-percent chance of a passing snow shower.
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